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Who is behind Sketchnote Army?

Mike Rohde, creator: Designer, author of The Sketchnote Handbook & Workbook, and illustrator, living in Wisconsin.

Mauro Toselli, curator: IT Director, sketchnoter, author, living in Italy.

Binaebi Akah, curator: Sr. UX Designer, sketchnoter, author, living in Ohio.

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Sketchnoter's Stories you may like

Sketchnoting Bees! by David Burton with Dorset Wildlife Trust

Sketchnote: Make Wildlife Welcome

Here is a beautiful work by David Burton.

He wrote:

Teaming up with the Dorset Wildlife Trust for some sketchnotes to help people "Make Wildlife Welcome" was great fun. It was challenging to draw things other than rectangles (most tech things are rectangles: phones, screens, keyboards, laptops) and felt very rewarding working for a worthy cause. 

I suggest to visit David's Flickr set for some more awesome sketchnotes.

Excellent, as usual David!

- Mauro


First Sketchnote Live : Sandra aka SanBo

My first sketchnote live ! Lyvia Cairo @ Networking Booster

Today's guest is Sandra aka SanBo  .

She wrote:

My first Sketchnote live! I've discovered Sketchnotes thanks to Béatrice Lhuillier, and read Mike Rohde's book between Christmas & New Year's Eve. I LOVE visual thinking, so natural and easier ! Two trials, one on my BuJo, one during a webinar, and this sketchnote was the first time I've sketchnote in live. A conference in Paris, Lyvia Cairo (, my coach. I know her universe, so I felt quite confortable. But at some point I've wondered if one page would be enough ! SanBo, EfferveScience

Well done Sandra! I like the green highlights.

- Mauro




Chief Innovation Officer 5 core competencies: Frédéric Duriez

Today's guest is our friend and Sketchnote master Frédéric Duriez.

He wrote:

This sketchnote belongs to a series of three. It was published as part of an article from Albert Meige, CIO of Presans, on the roles of the chief innovation officer. I usually draw with staedler or unipin drawing pens, I work on the drawings with Clip studio paint, Krita and Gimp. The lettering is done with a pilot calligraphy fountain pen. The article was released in the European business review ( in january 2017.

Thank you so much for this excellent (as usual) sketchnote!

- Mauro


Blog Activity planning with Sketchnote: Agnieszka Stokowiecka

Today I'm particularly happy to host a nice sketchnote in Italian :-)

This work is by Agnieszka Stokowiecka.

She wrote:

Dear Sketchnote Army, I've just start my adventure with sketchnotes but I love it. I dedicate the part of my blog where I write about blogging, marketing and project for this technic. I hope to improve my knowledge and do it better in the near futher.
Best Regards Agnieszka Stokowiecka

This is really good, Agnieszka, keep going!

- Mauro 


The Sketchnote Army Podcast: GIRL POWER Season 3, Episode 8: Christina Wodtke

Christina Wodtke

In this interview with Christina Wodtke, we talk about the meaning of sketchnoting, drawing, and how they relate to language, interpretation and improvisation.

Christina also shares her thoughts on the importance of creating lots of bad drawings to get to good ideas, her tools and 3 tips for sketchnoters.

Listen in!

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  1. Make as many bad drawings as you can, They do the job. Quantity!
  2. Sketchnote books and chapters. Write what you want to keep for yourself.
  3. Copy everything you like, because it’s wonderful!

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